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A golden yellow color and the appearance of a heavy viscosity in the glass. The first thought that comes to mind on the nose is Vin Santo with bak... Read more
I think this might have been just past the curve... but strangely enough worked well with risotto... it did have a few interesting qualities like ... Read more
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A golden yellow color and the appearance of a heavy viscosity in the glass. The first thought that comes to mind on the nose is Vin Santo with baked apples, caramel and vanilla. Amazing how this light white could appear so heavy and then smell like my favorite dessert wine. The palate is where you realize what you're really drinking with a brisk acidity and flavors of Melon, Apple and flint fill your mouth. The finish is quite short but the impression this wine left went on for hours.
I think this might have been just past the curve... but strangely enough worked well with risotto... it did have a few interesting qualities like aromas of Vinsanto/Moscata, melon, cantelope, apple compote with over-ripe fruits. The color was an amber yellow, a bit darker than it probably should be.
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